A week in Berlin

Going to be another exciting week in Berlin:

0checkpointcu.jpg – the lovely Johnny Haeusler and Tanja Kreitschmann who write one of the most popular and witty blog in the country have invited me to talk at the re:publica – Leben im Netz (Living in the net) conference they organize on April 11 to 13 at Kalkscheune (Mitte). We’ll discuss social software, Blogs, Podcasts, Videocasts, On/offline Communities and Services, etc. The usual you’d say. But what makes the event interesting is that it is more oriented towards the ethical, phylosophical, political, social and cultural aspects of living an internet life. Most of it is in german (haaa! too bad for me).

– the Urban interface exhibition project kicks off on April 14 at 8 pm in Torstraße 161 (yeah! you know, the area where Brad and Angelina bought that flat). The event explores the interspaces between public and private in the Berlin districts Mitte, Wedding and Gesundbrunnen. Artworks illuminating the changing notions of public and private space will be exhibited from April 15 to May 6, 2007.

Jeff Mann‘s equipment for living opens at Tesla (Mitte again) on April 12, at 20:30 h.